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Somewhere Over the Rainbow . . . China's Su-30 Fighters Faced Off the Japanese   [Copy link] 中文

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Post time 2014-2-3 05:42:44 |Display all floors
This post was edited by abramicus at 2014-2-3 05:44

China started her New Year with a remarkable achievement, worthy of note.  On February 1, 2014, the Chinese New Year's Day, the Japanese (according to some reports but unconfirmed by the Japanese government) sent two fighter planes into China's East China Sea ADIZ in a threatening trajectory, and were intercepted by two Chinese Su-30 fighter planes.  After the routine aerial gymnastics to demonstrate superiority, the Japanese fighter planes reportedly retreated back to their home base.  The four Chinese airmen who successfully took on the Japanese sky bullies were given praise in Chinese newspapers for standing up to the provocateurs.  It once again proves that Japan is not civilized enough to follow rules of decent decorum when approaching a neighboring country, by announcing its course and intent.  Instead, like a rude neighbor, it prefers to keep it neighbors on its toes while it moves menacingly towards his front door.  China sent out its trusty German Shepards, and the bully retreats home.


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Post time 2014-2-3 10:24:54 |Display all floors
A google search shows that on feb 1 china flew a single Y-12 propeller plane over the islands.  The Japanese launched two fighters an the chinese aircraft left the airspace when the japanese planes became airborne,  avoiding any contact.  

Maybe the editors should try fact checking before giving editor picks out.  

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Post time 2014-2-3 10:29:06 |Display all floors
Have the 2 Jp jets intruded into Chinese ADIZ?

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Post time 2014-2-3 10:30:42 |Display all floors

if the jp planes has violated Chinese airspace, china has full right to shoot them down.

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Post time 2014-2-3 10:34:38 |Display all floors
chinaright Post time: 2014-2-3 10:30
if the jp planes has violated Chinese airspace, china has full right to shoot them down.

Did the Jp planes fly over Diaoyu islands?

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Post time 2014-2-3 10:36:32 |Display all floors
Incedius420 Post time: 2014-2-3 10:24
A google search shows that on feb 1 china flew a single Y-12 propeller plane over the islands.  The  ...

Jp planes became airborne.
This is ambiguous. Where did Jp planes fly to?

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Post time 2014-2-3 10:41:20 |Display all floors
While the world was congratulating China on the lunar new year, Abe is trying to start a war because he os green with envy about China's popularity in the world.
No way to know what a scorned madman will do.
china must be prepared and point its nuke heads in in right direction.

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